By Peter Wirth
A serious version of the minor works of Eustathios Thessalonicensis, Archbishop of Salonica, twelfth century theologian and well known Greek pupil.
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68 In contrast to 1 Kgs 1–2, and perhaps in order to cover up the story of Solomon’s scandalous access to the throne, the Chronicler presents the new king as a fully legitimate one: he was chosen by the Lord and king David. The succession was completely harmonious. All heavenly and earthly forces combined together to make it a successful occasion: God himself called his name Solomon and appointed him—already in his mother’s womb—to be a king over Israel and to build his Temple. 69 Presenting Solomon as a divinely chosen king, automatically puts into question the plausibility of the account in the book of Kings.
99 Cf. Montgomery and Gehman 1951, 89; Gray 1970, 15–16; contra Mulder (1998, 86) who notes: “the section of vvs. ” 100 Cogan 2000, 180. ” However, according to my view, this part of the testament was written at Solomon’s court. See also below in the text. Moreover, if we assume that what I call “the political element” the rise of solomon in the israelite historiography 33 In order to balance this element of vengeance in the “testament” and make it sound as reliable as possible, a positive feature has been included as well—the rewarding of Barzillai’s sons.
Contra Mosis 1973, 90–91; Dörrfuss 1994, 155–159. For some other syntax and content problems in these verses and their possible interpretation, see Dirksen 2005, 267–268. 115 Compare Josh 1:8. According to the Chronicler the capability of keeping God’s laws is a blessing for itself, and is comparable to God’s blessing of wisdom and ruling; see Rudolph 1955, 150 note 1. Moreover; in his prayer David asks the Lord to help his people and his son Solomon to keep the Lord commandments (1 Chr 29:18–19).